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State offers certification classes for servers, package store clerks According to Delaware law, anyone who serves alchohol must be certified by the state to do so. Wait staff or clerks in package stores must comply with the law or risk losing their right to work. Employers who allow uncertified personnel to work in an establish- ment that serves or sells alcohol risk being fined. The Alcoholic Beverage Con- trol Commission (ABCC) will be offering a certification course on Nov. 11 at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center from 6 to 10 p.m. It will offer the course again on Dec. 11. ABCC will also be offering recertification and photo identification updates on Nov. 15 and Dec. 13 from 2 to 6 p.m. According to Donald Robinson, enforcement agent and coordina- tor of the Responsible Server Training Program, those who are already licensed and seek recerti- fication may present their identifi- cation cards and certifications at the beginning of any of the classes or at the photo identification ses- sions, and their certifications will be updated. Those who have lost either their identification cards or their certificates should contact Robinson prior to the classes. All servers and clerks must have their identification cards with them while they are working. Newly hired employees have 30 days in which to become certified. "It is required, and employers re- alize there are ramifications," said Robinson. Employees who violate the law could be banned from working in the field for a specified time or could he sentenced to community service, said Robin- son. Employers typically face on- ly fines if they are found in viola- tion of the law. For more infor- mation, call (302) 739-3024. Continued from page 48 tor Cindy Boehmer. For "Make a Difference Day," Saturday, Oct. 26, the state wide project "Walk Out on Domestic Violence" was an effort to help those who are victims of domestic violence. Kim Vincent, Issues Manage- merit chairwoman; Lois Hamilton, State Treasurer; Robin Knight, Milford president; and Hope Prout, Milford vice-president were among those representing their locals. BPW has nearly 300 members with 11 locals in the state and their focus is women helping women. For information on BPW, call (800) BPW-DELAware. OPEN HOUSE by owner 366 Beech Drive in "SANDY BRAE", Lewes Near Plantations and not far from Lewes. SATURDAYS Nov. 9th & 16th AND SUNDAYS Nov. 10th & 17th from 10 a.m. to4 p.m. Retirement home in quiet neighborhood. Two large BR, two luxuri- ous BAin this 1,323 sq. ft. ranch. Real brick fireplace in 13'x19'living room. 12'x12' heated Florida room. Great deck to enjoy your beautiful back yard. Full basement has 420 sq. ft. party room with bar and 800 sq. ft. work shop. Central air. 3 skylights. Attic for storage. One car attached garage and an outdoor shower. First floor laundry with new washer & dryer. New appliances incl. stove, refrig. & dishwasher. Security system. Sewer connected. This mint condition property is priced for a quick sale at $118,000. Brokers welcome. Call owner for private showing: 227-6279 Directions: West offRoute 1 at Midway/Dunkin Donuts onto County Road #283 for 1/2 mile (past 1st entrance). Turn right into Sandy Brae. Jog let at Maple onto Pine Lane. (for 0.2 mile). Turn left at Beech to 5th house on right. CAPE GAZEIWE, Friday, November 8- November 14, 1996- 49 IMPORTANT • Estate Furniture • Antiques • Porcelains • Sterling Silver, • Rugs • Collectibles • Decoys and More SATURDAY, NOV. 9th 10:00 AM at Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware  .,. . . • • • . . . . • . . • • . . . • • • • . • • JUtbkmd cou=:u'= sad Ck= - Se 'nmmm Mma= Oock, So. pn. mmua V' LmnLnq  hmhct hod= id. Dehmn=.= Im mr. =imlpJo,,eWach=,V' Piam frmemp[mu =adim, Lg Lot mPtacu.spn,Cm] =cotdes,'v' [er fupl m,==lm= Uunp.,, pr. imu Umlfiem 1:00 PM Emmert Asetlu is pledtommeuncetbe sale of I Ddsware3 Art - Orig. watercolor "Wharl.AnL prints by J. James oa on mm by'Win tach" LG. LOT gx WATERFORD CRYSTAL I SI'EMWARK AND BARWARE Se PC& J Chins snd Giuswere - Early English blue mad white chiun,Copp=  Pmuge=.Au Ewm, Gdd mdWte (12) Lem Service PliteroWedgewo0d guby sad tmwe, Tak-y mnuem,Cnmbew/Glm-Dn:sdm, Fall m ==aou 8um(=u =an)'Setpin ,,,a v ceammt= "Mayflou.Sm I.E. Caldwll tina COld ml  Holmil.Comm scu.i-mapalmd V' Lmp.Biue .,,a white ctim ind. 'da0" Flow blue W'diow.WmuWubbln imd pitc potm, C md de= =eAw==,SUve  mt lde di mvice fer (16) xmm plmea md mot. Sterling -. Sterling tall sticks • Fla=re, Hoilmme Eaglish md Amet 16 Fc. =Uiq "Okl MD" • SUling SU nd 30 mviq Igt (er ig.), 12 . m cemmunity plm . oth= fun =us phte thtw=e iu pnmtiou cm lmp. tea service sterling J.E. Caldwell U.S.S. l'eylnnin Collectible automobiles 1974 Rolls Royce Silve Shadow humter gram w/Urn hides • 1968 Pontiac Fabil coavible red/black top CALL: ^vc'no's o 'nnl,a'i 'F m due to ioioa 0t n:building. Something for ""  I . . . I ASSOOAI[S [.ryo including exeepuoml fumture, art, um j ,, n-,, n,,-or &.qo[/er Tooethe J -, 'l =,  • dy  j=='.;-;,,' ",':-,,.','-.  =,. .... . TERMS: Cash or pcnoi check with ID on day of sale. A 5% buyers premium will be added to all purchases